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The Chestnut Tree

On Friday 4th March 2011, one of the favourite landmarks in Laurencetown came down. The Chestnut Tree, which stood proudly in the grounds of Bann Primary School (now the Community Centre), for generations, had to be felled due to its dangerous state of decay.

For those of us who attended the school, the tree held many memories. We played around it, had 'meetings' under it, learned about the changing seasons from it and performed our little made-up plays beneath its branches.

Of course, the great thing about memories is that they can never be 'felled' and will always remain in our hearts.


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The birds take a 'last stand'

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As a gesture of good will due to the initiative taken by the young members of the Community centre, the N.I.E. cut the tree down. The larger pieces have been stored in Kevin Murphy's (KMFuels) at the Point and if anyone wants a piece for a souvenir, just call in and take it


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The staff of the Playgroup look on

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John Monaghan, principal of St. Colman's Bann P.S. passes by .

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This gentleman is becoming a regular on www.tullylish.com!
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An 8 foot stump has been left for carving.

 

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